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Subject: Thornycroft 90 BMC 1.5

Malcolm Hemmings (Always Optimistic)
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Date Posted: 19:48:53 18/04/2012 Wed

I have a ford Pre-crossflow petrol engine in a Seamaster 27 that I am considering changing to a Thornycroft 90 BMC 1.5 (economy purpose only as the Petrol engine is fine)
The petrol engine allows the cockpit floor to be all one level and my concern if I go for the Thornycroft Diesel is the hump factor.
Can anyone advise? or preferably does anyone have a Ford Diesel I can drop straight in?

Malcolm 07886430007

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